Rugged tablet computer for use in explosive and other hazardous environments introduced by DRS Tactical

MELBOURNE, Fla., 6 Aug 2010. DRS Tactical Systems Inc. in Melbourne, Fla., is introducing the mil-spec 10.4-inch ARMOR X10gx rugged tablet computer for use in explosive and/or hazardous environments in field service, transportation, rail and port facilities, and public safety, and other applications in harsh environments. The unit is protected against dust and can withstand the effects of immersion in water to depths to one meter.

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MELBOURNE, Fla., 6 Aug 2010. DRS Tactical Systems Inc. in Melbourne, Fla., is introducing the mil-spec 10.4-inch ARMOR X10gx rugged tablet computer for use in explosive and/or hazardous environments in field service, transportation, rail and port facilities, and public safety, and other applications in harsh environments. The unit is protected against dust and can withstand the effects of immersion in water to depths to one meter.

The X10gx rugged tablet, based on the Intel Core2 Duo processor, meets MIL-STD-810G, weighs 4.7 pounds, has a docking system, AT&T wireless certification, and an optional integrated Gobi 2000 mobile broadband that connects to several different wireless networks. It has standard 802.11n Wireless LAN connectivity and Bluetooth v2.0 + EDR (Class 2), as well as integrated GPS satellite navigation. Standard routing of GPS and WLAN to two RF ports allows switching between internal antennas within the unit and external antennas, such as those mounted on a vehicle roof.

Other features include as much as 4 gigabytes RAM, Intel embedded Montevina system architecture, and a 64-gigabyte solid-state hard drive with options for user-replaceable hard drive as large as 160 gigabytes.

For more information contact DRS Tactical Systems online at www.drs-ts.com.

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